Republicans have a chance to correct yet another mistake on Tuesday.

With Georgia holding its statewide primary, Republican voters in the state’s 14th Congressional District have a choice: Keep Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, or replace her with someone else.

Let’s hope they do the right thing and pick another candidate to represent their district on Capitol Hill. There is no shortage of reasons for Republicans (plus Democrats and independents) in the district to vote for someone else in the primary.

Greene is an ineffective lawmaker. She has no committee assignments: She was stripped of them about one month into her tenure in Congress due to her many incendiary comments.

Greene worsens America’s political discourse by spreading lies. Not only is Greene a hardcore anti-vaxxer, but she’s also a conspiracy theorist and an embarrassment to Congress.

Greene has expressed support for the QAnon conspiracy theory. She called the supposed leader of the movement, "Q," a patriot who is "worth listening to." She questions whether or not a plane flew into the Pentagon on 9/11, denies the results of the 2020 presidential election, thinks the Parkland school shooting was a false flag, has spoken about "Jewish space lasers," and compared mask mandates during the coronavirus pandemic to the Holocaust.

Not to mention, Greene has decided to associate openly with the alt-right — a movement that belongs nowhere near any political party.

It doesn't matter that Greene takes conservative positions on many political issues. She represents an R+28 district, according to the Cook Partisan Voting Index. In 2020, former President Donald Trump got more than 73% of the vote in Greene's district despite losing the state of Georgia.

If voters in the district want a normal conservative, they can support Jennifer Strahan. The businesswoman says that she supports gun rights, free speech, religious freedom, the police, and the military.

Someone like Strahan could do this without being a political sideshow who says outlandish things and focuses more on dunking on President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci than on helping the people of her district.

Democrats and independents who dislike Greene can also help make this happen. Georgia has open primaries, and a Democrat has no shot at winning this district. If Democrats and independents want their voices heard in this election, they should also cast a ballot for Strahan.

Republicans can, and should, do better than Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Tom Joyce (@TomJoyceSports) is a political reporter for the New Boston Post in Massachusetts.